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Mini-Lesson: Types of Tactics

Isolating Maxy’s Information on ‘Basic Tactics’ from this post, so it can easily be linked as a mini-lesson.

Hey there, ACPTR!

Today’s lesson will be talking about TACTICS, and their importance in Armies. Firstly, what IS a tactic? A tactic is something used to fight against another army, train and notify rogues(who are fighters for ACP that have not officially joined) of room-changes, seeing as they have not yet found our chat. Already, as you can see, tactics can be used for many things, and to make them look more professional and give an army a bigger chance of winning by having a better ‘Tactics’ grade, all soldiers MUST say the given combination of keys or sentences ordered by the leader AT THE SAME TIME.

There are two types of tactics- emote tactics and word tactics. But what is the difference, you ask? A word tactic, as the term suggests, is used to describe a tactic that involves soldiers shouting phrases, be it for recruitment, a comeback or just a massive insane ‘ACP’ bomb (my favourite tactic because it looks so friggin’ awesome, as you might have gathered from ACP events’.

There are also ‘Emote tactics’. These are what the name suggests- a line of army soldiers mashing buttons, for example, E+L which makes a clover, simultaneously to create some kind of collage-ey effect when done correctly. They look really good and professional done properly and good tactics contribute massively to victory in a battle, so you need to practice them.


One Response

  1. nice post *wary*

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